The Prix Pictet returned to Gallery of Photography in Dublin. Prix Pictet has held exhibitions in Dublin since the second cycle of the award, Earth. The exhibition started on 20 March and was on show until 28 April 2013.
Three of the artists from the Prix Pictet Power shortlist participated in a talk at the Istanbul Modern on 30 January 2013. The talk followed the launch of the Power exhibition at the same venue. Francis Hodgson, Photography Critic for the Financial Times and adviser for Prix Pictet acted as moderator …
The Power exhibition toured to Istanbul Modern on 30 January 2013. The show was on display until 28 April 2013 and featured works by the twelve artists shortlisted for the fourth Prix Pictet.
The Power exhibition visited Hungary and was at the Hungarian House of Photography in Budapest from 18 January – 24 February 2013.
The Power exhibition toured to Galerie Vanessa Quang, Paris, in November 2012. The exhibition was part of Mois de la Photo and coincided with Paris Photo.
The Prix Pictet Power tour begun in Munich in October 2012 with an exhibition at Bernheimer Fine Art Photography from 24 October – 9 November. This was be the first time that the Prix Pictet has visited the city.
On 7 October, Whitechapel Gallery hosted Prix Pictet Power judges Michael Fried, Leo Johnson and other guests in a discussion on our relationship with the environment, and how photographers will often use nature to highlight global power dynamics. ‘The Nature of Power’ was the third conversation in this ongoing series.
The exhibition of work by the artists shortlisted for Prix Pictet Power was at the Saatchi Gallery in London from 10 – 28 October 2012. On 9 October the Awards Ceremony of the Prix Pictet took place where Luc Delahaye was announced as the final winner of the award. Simon Norfolk was also announced as …
The final location for the tour was at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in May at about the same time as Art HK.
The second Prix Pictet Conversation on Photography hosted by the Prix Pictet, in collaboration with The Whitechapel Gallery, took place on Saturday 12 May 2012. Mitch Epstein, winner of the third Prix Pictet – Growth, was in conversation with Simon Baker, Curator of International Art and Photography at Tate. The conversation touched …
‘Awarded Commitment’, Noorderlicht featured the works of the 3 Prix Pictet Comissions: Water – Earth – Growth.
Prix Pictet was invited back for the third year running to exhibit at Eindhoven University of Technology in the Netherlands.
Prix Pictet’s third series Growth visited Lebanon for the first time in Spring 2012.
The Prix Pictet Growth tour visited Gallery of Photography in Dublin.
The Prix Pictet Growth exhibition was in North America for the first time in 2011, travelling to the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington.
The Museum of Photographic Arts (MoPA), San Diego, played host to a unique exhibition where works by artists shortlisted for the first three editions of the Prix Pictet.
The Prix Pictet Growth exhibition toured to the Real Jardín Botánico in Madrid.
Ushirikiano, the photographs produced by Chris Jordan for the third Prix Pictet Commission is at Diemar/Noble Photography in London, 6 – 29 October 2011.
The Prix Pictet Growth tour visited Arteversum in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The first in the series of Whitechapel/Prix Pictet Conversations on Photography took place at the Whitechapel Gallery in London on 7 July 2011. This inaugural discussion featured shortlisted artist Thomas Struth and the distinguished designer and academic, Professor Nana Last. The conversation place against the backdrop of Thomas Struth: Photographs 1978 – 2010 a major exhibition of …